In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1traserohind legs — patas traseras feminine
- Tyran reared onto his hind legs in rage, his nostrils flaring and his breathing intense.
- It howled again, then reared back onto its hind two legs.
- Some apes started walking on hind legs, employing their forelimbs as hands for holding and shaping tools.
- The dragon reared up onto its hind legs, his front foot connecting roughly with Fin's chest.
- This was associated with infection by a flatworm or fluke infection called Ribeiroia, which formed cysts near the hind legs.
- As the hunters approached the creature, it roared loudly, reared up on its hind legs, then charged the small group.
- Artaxes reared onto his hind legs, and gave a quick kick of his back legs, and Miri could hold him back no longer.
- She pulled back hard on the reigns, and the horse reared back on its hind legs.
- The Elders showed them how to gut the carcass and prepare the hide with a traditional tool fashioned from a hind leg bone.
- Herodotus rejoins that camels have four thighbones in their hind legs, and that their genitals face backwards.
- Have you ever been roared at by a man-eater with fangs four inches away from your face, as it reared on its hind legs to lunge six feet tall at you?
- Moments later he appeared, dragging his hind legs.
- After the skin was sutured, the outer end of the tube was fixed with surgical tape at the shaved hind leg.
- The same held true when they injected the drug into multiple ganglia that connect to the tail and hind legs.
- The unicorn whinnied and reared up onto her hind legs, ‘I'll take it from her Mel.’
- Path reared up onto her hind legs, kicking more of the enemy with her iron-like hooves.
- Then the turtle reared on its hind legs and grew five times its original size.
- Every hour, it jerkily rears up on its hind legs and waggles its forelegs a bit.
- One of the animals filled the screen, rearing up on its hind legs and seemingly staring back at her with dark eyes.
- Lacey tried to get close to the Mare, but it reared up on its hind legs, kicking out at her with her forelegs, forcing her back out of the horse's reach.
- Our second visit was a success and as we got closer to the farm we saw a group of hinds and deer gracing peacefully in the fields near the farm.
- They'd seen three roe deer in the woods, a hind and two bucks, moving ‘silent and in slow motion through the snow’.
- With stalking costing around £275 for a stag and £150 for a hind, estate owners use hunting to provide valuable income.
- Highland landowners have predicted ‘genocide’ if close seasons, which vary for stags and hinds, are ended.
- There are deer we are not interested in, a hind and her calf, but we cannot afford to startle them, as they will alert others to our presence.
- It said the harbourer could recognise stags but not hinds.
- A stag and several hinds thundered by, followed by fauns, rabbits and skunks.
- Marksmen are to be flown in by helicopter for the cull, in which nearly 1,000 hinds and stags will be killed.
- The steady stream of hinds coming off the hill and the occasional brace of grouse, all make it onto the restaurant's table.
- Stags can defend themselves with their antlers but the hinds have no defence and are often attacked by the hounds.
- About 50 hinds fed, heads down, a few hundred yards away and the stag was still standing.
- Four stags and three hinds were savaged in two separate attacks at Tatton Park, Knutsford.
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